I like the vibes on this one, as they blend R&B, afrobeats and a bit of alt-rap to create a smooth, somewhat laidback energy to the track. The song’s mostly about someone who switched up on Mully. We’ve all been there and sometimes have to wonder “what the hell made them switch up?” We don’t always get the answers, but that doesn’t mean we don’t still desire them. I think that’s what YB Mully is getting at on “Move Like That,” for the most part. If you need some smooth vibes that are also pretty emotionally-charged and speak a truth, I recommend checking this one out below and supporting dope music in all its forms.
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I was pleasantly surprised by the whole YB Mully Mix Tape More Love.. Interesting blend and vey mellow style.